Center for Agricultural Profitability

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Five Key Principles of a Good Risk Management Culture

August 11, 2022
Farm and Ranch Management Specialist Jay Parsons reviews five key risk management principles and how they can be applied to your operation.

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Cash Rents and Land Values: 2022 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Update

August 11, 2022
Extension Agricultural Economist Jim Jansen provides an overview of 2022 land values and cash rental rates as well as trends and outlook.

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Protecting Liquidity with Tax Planning

July 21, 2022
After rising prices and excellent yields in 2021 created the largest net farm income on record, Nebraska Farm Business experts share strategies for protecting liquidity.

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Extension Workshop to Focus on Inheriting Farmland and Modern Management, Farming Practices

July 14, 2022
Participants will receive free information and advice on lease provisions, legal considerations, communicating with family and more issues related to inheriting farmland.

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In-person Trainings Scheduled for Ag Budget Calculator Program

July 7, 2022
There are six workshops in July and August for producers interested in learning how to use the new ABC program to determine their costs of production and projected returns. 

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Agricultural Custom Work – What to Charge?

June 29, 2022
Farm and Ranch Management Analyst Glennis McClure discusses how custom operators can use the 2022 Nebraska Custom Rates Report and ABC program to calculate competitive rates.

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Hail-damaged corn field in Nebraska. (Photo by Jenny Rees)

After the Storm: Managing Crop Damage

June 23, 2022
Experts in agronomy and agricultural economics from Nebraska Extension's Hail Know team cover options for dealing with damaged commodities from a production perspective and discuss the role of crop insurance.

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Hail-damaged corn field in Nebraska. (Photo by Jenny Rees)

Storm Damage Recovery, Options for Crop Producers to be Covered in June 16 Webinar

June 10, 2022
Experts in agronomy and agricultural economics from Nebraska Extension's Hail Know team will cover options for dealing with damaged commodities from a production perspective and discuss the role of crop insurance.

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